4D Vision White Tiger Anatomy Model
Find out more about these amazing predators with this fantastic 28-piece 4D Vision model!
The mysterious and beautiful white tiger is actually a colour variant of the Bengal tiger species, found in India, Nepal, and surrounding countries. How do these amazing predators manage to take down animals much bigger than them? Now is your chance to find out!
This fantastically detailed and anatomically correct 4D Vision model incorporates 28 beautifully hand-painted, detachable organs and body parts. It is a fun construction challenge as well as a great opportunity to learn about the role of different bones, organs and body parts. An illustrated assembly guide, display stand, and detailed descriptions of the anatomy and habits of white tigers are all included.
The model is of collectable quality and looks equally great on display in the bedroom of a budding zoologist or veterinarian as it does on a shelf in the classroom. Use it to engage students in anatomy lessons by providing them with a hands-on opportunity to explore the insides of a white tiger and make comparisons to the anatomy of other mammals.
What You Get
4D Vision White Tiger Anatomy Model. The model is comprised of 28 fully-detachable, hand-painted bones and organs that clip into place - allowing construction many times over. Also included: a display stand, full step-by-step instructions and a detailed information on the anatomy and habits of white tigers.
Model is 30 cm long when fully constructed.
- Comparative anatomy
- Manual dexterity and fine motor skills
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.
|Age Group||5-6 Years, 7-8 Years, 9-10 Years, 11-12 Years, 12+ Years|